The debate "Problems can be solved without anger" was started by
May 30, 2015, 5:18 am.
43 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 3 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
WordSpeller posted 3 arguments, Maxx_Royy posted 2 arguments, james posted 1 argument, soullesschicken posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
Shahmir posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
WordSpeller, PsychDave, soullesschicken, toughgamerjerry, james, amanofprogress, bearunter, KimUri, DanielleR123, Shahmir, sabrina, PhoenixF1re, denno27, Maxx_Royy and 29 visitors agree.
sdiop and 2 visitors disagree.
I would think controlling that anger is the vital asset that you have used in our examples.
I had anger once, I tried piano and my anger just flows. I play great when I'm angry. I like anger.
It's natural, I want to catch a guy who stole my monkey and I'll run to catch him.
Anger is helpful every now and then.
Dude, it's scientifically proved that anger can clear your mind to solve problems more easily. It's too manichean to say that anger can cause only "chaos and destruction".
anger brings frustration and frustration brings chaos. the problem can be solved with the calm and clear mind. anger never helps. anger is the core of destruction.
When dealing with people I agree we must be patient. When building or fixing something, however, we may get frustrated after many tries and end up getting angry, and that's when we solve the problem faster than we'd never do if we were still patient.
How can u be sure tht the person who u are fighting with using the words or actions tht you expressed with anger will take those as a nice thing. Tht will probably cause more anger and cause the problems continue. see ?
There are other better ways that can make it easier . Besides anger causes hatred , it makes one to revenge , does the problem solved ? No :)
But sometimes anger can make it easier to solve.